For nine years, the leading technologists, entrepreneurs, business executives, investors, and policy-makers have come to Supernova for strategic insights on our increasingly interconnected world. Our 2010 event will be hosted on the campus of our partner, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Supernova Forum 2010 featured:
Insightful sessions on topics such as Networked Business Innovation, Institutional Transformation, Can Social Save Media?, The Evolving Digital Ecosystem, The Privacy Conundrum, and Scaling Startups.
Our interactive and dynamic Challenge Session roundtables.
The world is changing. Shouldn't conferences change too?
Attention is the scarce resource of the Network Age. While other events use the same old formats, we've rethought Supernova from the ground up, redoubling our emphasis on actionable ideas and productive networking.
Panel at Supernova Forum 2010 featuring Moderator Howard Greenstein (Harbrooke Group), Shawndra Hill (Wharton), Chris Brogan (New Marketing Labs), Deborah Schultz (Altimeter Group), Stephanie Agresta (Porter Novelli)
Social media is now an accepted marketing tool, but how many…
Supernova Forum 2010 featured a set of talks in the fast-paced Pecha Kucha format by Jonathan McEuen (Frankel Group), Alissa Black (Code for America), Jonny Goldstein (Envizualize), Idit Harel Caperton (World Wide Workshop), and Scott Heiferman (Meetup):
Supernova panel on Governance and Self-Governance in a Broadband World, featuring Moderator Dan Hunter (New York Law School), Brent Olson (AT&T), Paul De Sa (FCC), Jerry Lewis (Comcast), Danny Weitzner (NTIA)
On topics such as privacy, network management, technical…